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November 6, 2019
Image Credit: Chris Teale Author Chris Teale@chris_teale Published Nov. 6, 2019 Dive Brief: During a speech at the DC5G conference, Sara Neff, senior vice president for sustainability at the Kilroy Realty Corporation, outlined two environmental scenarios that could come in the wake of 5G: “5Genia” or “5G-rbage”. In her “5Genia” scenario, Neff said 5G technology could enable all...
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by Elise McGlashan, PhD & Parisa Vidafar, PhD on November 5, 2019 in Clocks in the Spotlight Image credit: Olivia Walch (Twitter: @OliviaWalch; website: www.oliviawalch.com)  Humans evolved in an environment with only very bright (sun) or very dim (moon or fire) sources of light. Today, artificial lighting enables us to spend hours per day at intermediate light levels. Our recent study shows...
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PNAS June 11, 2019 116 (24) 12019-12024; first published May 28, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1901824116 Significance: Electric lighting has fundamentally altered how the human circadian clock synchronizes to the day/night cycle. Exposure to light after dusk is pervasive in the modern world. We examined group-level sensitivity of the circadian system to evening light and the degree to which sensitivity varies between individuals. We...
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PMID: 31151182 PMCID: PMC6600143 DOI: 10.3390/ijms20112662 Abstract Head and neck cancer encompass different malignancies that develop in and around the throat, larynx, nose, sinuses and mouth. Most head and neck cancers are squamous cell carcinomas (HNSCC) that arise in the flat squamous cells that makeup the thin layer of tissue on the surface of anatomical structures in the head and...
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